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Plataforma para el Diálogo: Extracción y sobrevivencia. Zonas críticas en América Latina contemporánea

Plataforma para el Diálogo: Extracción y sobrevivencia. Zonas críticas en América Latina contemporánea

Hemos ingresado en lo que Bruno Latour y Peter Wiebel llaman “zonas críticas”, es decir, aquellas donde las coordenadas ecológicas, políticas, económicas y subjetivas experimentan una crisis profunda e inédita. Las crisis que enfrentamos pueden tener, al menos, dos respuestas: crear aparatos conceptuales y analíticos que las investiguen y comprendan y, potencialmente, las transformen; o intensificar los deseos colectivos de emancipación y bienestar que, en algunos de sus aspectos, las profundicen. Estas crisis pueden leerse bajo el signo de la catástrofe o la esperanza.
Esta Plataforma para el Diálogo busca registrar las miradas que se conforman en el presente y que atisban las múltiples crisis, pero también los deseos colectivos de emancipación y bienestar. Proponemos diálogos horizontales en torno a ciertos temas acuciantes para América Latina, que incluyan perspectivas académicas, artísticas y activistas. Dados los desplazamientos que han sucedido en las estructuras y relaciones de poder epistémicas, el entrecruzamiento de discursos sociales y experiencias colectivas permite lecturas complejas, no consensuales, conformadas en distintos campos de acción intelectual, estética y política.
Al tratarse de un formato de convergencias discursivas (desde análisis sociales que abrevan en la teoría crítica hasta propuestas estético-filosóficas sobre crisis globales y pensamiento periférico; desde visiones activistas sobre las crisis sucesivas hasta propuestas artísticas que movilizan la generación de montajes y miradas novedosas), se propone ir más allá de las teleologías disciplinares; se trata de dislocar las promesas del “tempo moderno” (promesas de la democracia, de los derechos, de las ciudadanías ampliadas), y provocar una plataforma para la germinación de modos alternos de operar y pensar desde el diálogo. Se trataría de gestionar, desde CALAS, un horizonte capaz de romper con la práctica confirmatoria de la investigación social actual y de proponerle al campo del saber, la política y la cultura, algunas interrogantes que desconocíamos antes del encuentro mismo.

La Plataforma se realizará del 5 al 7 de octubre de 2022 en la Biblioteca Iberoamericana Octavio Paz de la Universidad de Guadalajara.

La asistencia es libre y gratuita.

Descarga el programa 

Lugar: 
CALAS, sede principal Guadalajara
Fechas: 
Wednesday, October 5, 2022 - 09:30
Thursday, October 6, 2022 - 10:00
Friday, October 7, 2022 - 10:00
País: 
10/05/2022 - 09:30
 
Plataforma para el Diálogo: Extracción y sobrevivencia. Zonas críticas en América Latina contemporánea

Plataforma para el Diálogo: Extracción y sobrevivencia. Zonas críticas en América Latina contemporánea

Hemos ingresado en lo que Bruno Latour y Peter Wiebel llaman “zonas críticas”, es decir, aquellas donde las coordenadas ecológicas, políticas, económicas y subjetivas experimentan una crisis profunda e inédita. Las crisis que enfrentamos pueden tener, al menos, dos respuestas: crear aparatos conceptuales y analíticos que las investiguen y comprendan y, potencialmente, las transformen; o intensificar los deseos colectivos de emancipación y bienestar que, en algunos de sus aspectos, las profundicen. Estas crisis pueden leerse bajo el signo de la catástrofe o la esperanza.
Esta Plataforma para el Diálogo busca registrar las miradas que se conforman en el presente y que atisban las múltiples crisis, pero también los deseos colectivos de emancipación y bienestar. Proponemos diálogos horizontales en torno a ciertos temas acuciantes para América Latina, que incluyan perspectivas académicas, artísticas y activistas. Dados los desplazamientos que han sucedido en las estructuras y relaciones de poder epistémicas, el entrecruzamiento de discursos sociales y experiencias colectivas permite lecturas complejas, no consensuales, conformadas en distintos campos de acción intelectual, estética y política.
Al tratarse de un formato de convergencias discursivas (desde análisis sociales que abrevan en la teoría crítica hasta propuestas estético-filosóficas sobre crisis globales y pensamiento periférico; desde visiones activistas sobre las crisis sucesivas hasta propuestas artísticas que movilizan la generación de montajes y miradas novedosas), se propone ir más allá de las teleologías disciplinares; se trata de dislocar las promesas del “tempo moderno” (promesas de la democracia, de los derechos, de las ciudadanías ampliadas), y provocar una plataforma para la germinación de modos alternos de operar y pensar desde el diálogo. Se trataría de gestionar, desde CALAS, un horizonte capaz de romper con la práctica confirmatoria de la investigación social actual y de proponerle al campo del saber, la política y la cultura, algunas interrogantes que desconocíamos antes del encuentro mismo.

La Plataforma se realizará del 5 al 7 de octubre de 2022 en la Biblioteca Iberoamericana Octavio Paz de la Universidad de Guadalajara.

La asistencia es libre y gratuita.

Descarga el programa 

Lugar: 
CALAS, sede principal Guadalajara
Fechas: 
Wednesday, October 5, 2022 - 09:30
Thursday, October 6, 2022 - 10:00
Friday, October 7, 2022 - 10:00
País: 
10/06/2022 - 10:00
 
Plataforma para el Diálogo: Extracción y sobrevivencia. Zonas críticas en América Latina contemporánea

Plataforma para el Diálogo: Extracción y sobrevivencia. Zonas críticas en América Latina contemporánea

Hemos ingresado en lo que Bruno Latour y Peter Wiebel llaman “zonas críticas”, es decir, aquellas donde las coordenadas ecológicas, políticas, económicas y subjetivas experimentan una crisis profunda e inédita. Las crisis que enfrentamos pueden tener, al menos, dos respuestas: crear aparatos conceptuales y analíticos que las investiguen y comprendan y, potencialmente, las transformen; o intensificar los deseos colectivos de emancipación y bienestar que, en algunos de sus aspectos, las profundicen. Estas crisis pueden leerse bajo el signo de la catástrofe o la esperanza.
Esta Plataforma para el Diálogo busca registrar las miradas que se conforman en el presente y que atisban las múltiples crisis, pero también los deseos colectivos de emancipación y bienestar. Proponemos diálogos horizontales en torno a ciertos temas acuciantes para América Latina, que incluyan perspectivas académicas, artísticas y activistas. Dados los desplazamientos que han sucedido en las estructuras y relaciones de poder epistémicas, el entrecruzamiento de discursos sociales y experiencias colectivas permite lecturas complejas, no consensuales, conformadas en distintos campos de acción intelectual, estética y política.
Al tratarse de un formato de convergencias discursivas (desde análisis sociales que abrevan en la teoría crítica hasta propuestas estético-filosóficas sobre crisis globales y pensamiento periférico; desde visiones activistas sobre las crisis sucesivas hasta propuestas artísticas que movilizan la generación de montajes y miradas novedosas), se propone ir más allá de las teleologías disciplinares; se trata de dislocar las promesas del “tempo moderno” (promesas de la democracia, de los derechos, de las ciudadanías ampliadas), y provocar una plataforma para la germinación de modos alternos de operar y pensar desde el diálogo. Se trataría de gestionar, desde CALAS, un horizonte capaz de romper con la práctica confirmatoria de la investigación social actual y de proponerle al campo del saber, la política y la cultura, algunas interrogantes que desconocíamos antes del encuentro mismo.

La Plataforma se realizará del 5 al 7 de octubre de 2022 en la Biblioteca Iberoamericana Octavio Paz de la Universidad de Guadalajara.

La asistencia es libre y gratuita.

Descarga el programa 

Lugar: 
CALAS, sede principal Guadalajara
Fechas: 
Wednesday, October 5, 2022 - 09:30
Thursday, October 6, 2022 - 10:00
Friday, October 7, 2022 - 10:00
País: 
10/07/2022 - 10:00
 
 
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Identities, Gender and Inequalities in Latin America

Identities, Gender and Inequalities in Latin America

For more than two centuries, feminist thinking and theory have been shedding light on the forms and mechanisms that inequalities in gender relations take and the consequences they have on the living conditions of women and LGBTIQ people. In accordance with this vast intellectual and academic production, the struggles and demands of the Feminist Movement contribute to sensitize and make visible the synergy of multiple vulnerabilities that these collectives face; to unveil the power relations that permeate the private space and the intimate life of each person in their daily lives; to place on the public agenda the demand for postponed or violated rights; to elaborate and organize concrete political tactics with a view to transforming reality.

In particular, the theoretical-political debate on identities acquires special relevance from the emancipatory claim processes of the gay and lesbian movements since the 1970s in the United States. Some years later, and under the influence of queer thought, the universal, essentialist and binary identity categories are questioned and "overflowed" by new identifications and identity experiences, thus problematizing the correlation between sex, gender, body and erotic-affective desire (Butler, 1990) proper to the heteronormative paradigm. Within this framework, the transvestite and trans community questions the hegemonic classifications of masculine and feminine, giving rise to new forms of subjectivation and sex-gender positioning which, in turn, when intersecting with other variables, force us to attend to the complex intersections that constitute processes of social (dis)hierarchization.

With the aim of fostering dialogues and debates between the productions in Europe and the United States and the appropriations and productions from Latin America, this platform for dialogue gathers the contributions of the intersectional perspective, cuir thinking, the imprint of Afro feminism and feminisms of color, the approaches of eco feminism, ethnofeminism and the decolonial gaze as they contribute regional narratives that reconfigure and reinvent Latin American sex-gender identities in pursuit of emancipation at different levels and spheres of social life.

The platform will be held at the “Regional Center Southern Cone and Brazil – CALAS” located at the National University of San Martin in Buenos Aires, Miguelete campus. Participation is free of charge.

 

Download the Program

 

More informaction: meriancalasconosur@gmail.com

Lugar: 
Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fechas: 
Monday, October 24, 2022 - 09:00
Tuesday, October 25, 2022 - 09:00
Wednesday, October 26, 2022 - 09:00
10/24/2022 - 09:00
 
Identities, Gender and Inequalities in Latin America

Identities, Gender and Inequalities in Latin America

For more than two centuries, feminist thinking and theory have been shedding light on the forms and mechanisms that inequalities in gender relations take and the consequences they have on the living conditions of women and LGBTIQ people. In accordance with this vast intellectual and academic production, the struggles and demands of the Feminist Movement contribute to sensitize and make visible the synergy of multiple vulnerabilities that these collectives face; to unveil the power relations that permeate the private space and the intimate life of each person in their daily lives; to place on the public agenda the demand for postponed or violated rights; to elaborate and organize concrete political tactics with a view to transforming reality.

In particular, the theoretical-political debate on identities acquires special relevance from the emancipatory claim processes of the gay and lesbian movements since the 1970s in the United States. Some years later, and under the influence of queer thought, the universal, essentialist and binary identity categories are questioned and "overflowed" by new identifications and identity experiences, thus problematizing the correlation between sex, gender, body and erotic-affective desire (Butler, 1990) proper to the heteronormative paradigm. Within this framework, the transvestite and trans community questions the hegemonic classifications of masculine and feminine, giving rise to new forms of subjectivation and sex-gender positioning which, in turn, when intersecting with other variables, force us to attend to the complex intersections that constitute processes of social (dis)hierarchization.

With the aim of fostering dialogues and debates between the productions in Europe and the United States and the appropriations and productions from Latin America, this platform for dialogue gathers the contributions of the intersectional perspective, cuir thinking, the imprint of Afro feminism and feminisms of color, the approaches of eco feminism, ethnofeminism and the decolonial gaze as they contribute regional narratives that reconfigure and reinvent Latin American sex-gender identities in pursuit of emancipation at different levels and spheres of social life.

The platform will be held at the “Regional Center Southern Cone and Brazil – CALAS” located at the National University of San Martin in Buenos Aires, Miguelete campus. Participation is free of charge.

 

Download the Program

 

More informaction: meriancalasconosur@gmail.com

Lugar: 
Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fechas: 
Monday, October 24, 2022 - 09:00
Tuesday, October 25, 2022 - 09:00
Wednesday, October 26, 2022 - 09:00
10/25/2022 - 09:00
 
Identities, Gender and Inequalities in Latin America

Identities, Gender and Inequalities in Latin America

For more than two centuries, feminist thinking and theory have been shedding light on the forms and mechanisms that inequalities in gender relations take and the consequences they have on the living conditions of women and LGBTIQ people. In accordance with this vast intellectual and academic production, the struggles and demands of the Feminist Movement contribute to sensitize and make visible the synergy of multiple vulnerabilities that these collectives face; to unveil the power relations that permeate the private space and the intimate life of each person in their daily lives; to place on the public agenda the demand for postponed or violated rights; to elaborate and organize concrete political tactics with a view to transforming reality.

In particular, the theoretical-political debate on identities acquires special relevance from the emancipatory claim processes of the gay and lesbian movements since the 1970s in the United States. Some years later, and under the influence of queer thought, the universal, essentialist and binary identity categories are questioned and "overflowed" by new identifications and identity experiences, thus problematizing the correlation between sex, gender, body and erotic-affective desire (Butler, 1990) proper to the heteronormative paradigm. Within this framework, the transvestite and trans community questions the hegemonic classifications of masculine and feminine, giving rise to new forms of subjectivation and sex-gender positioning which, in turn, when intersecting with other variables, force us to attend to the complex intersections that constitute processes of social (dis)hierarchization.

With the aim of fostering dialogues and debates between the productions in Europe and the United States and the appropriations and productions from Latin America, this platform for dialogue gathers the contributions of the intersectional perspective, cuir thinking, the imprint of Afro feminism and feminisms of color, the approaches of eco feminism, ethnofeminism and the decolonial gaze as they contribute regional narratives that reconfigure and reinvent Latin American sex-gender identities in pursuit of emancipation at different levels and spheres of social life.

The platform will be held at the “Regional Center Southern Cone and Brazil – CALAS” located at the National University of San Martin in Buenos Aires, Miguelete campus. Participation is free of charge.

 

Download the Program

 

More informaction: meriancalasconosur@gmail.com

Lugar: 
Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fechas: 
Monday, October 24, 2022 - 09:00
Tuesday, October 25, 2022 - 09:00
Wednesday, October 26, 2022 - 09:00
10/26/2022 - 09:00
 
Landscapes and Territories in the Anthropocene. Literary and cultural perspectives of representation in the Americas

Landscapes and Territories in the Anthropocene. Literary and cultural perspectives of representation in the Americas

In recent years, the so-called 'Anthropocene' has not only been focused within earth system studies. It has become a central theme in current discourses in the field of cultural studies, political debates, and the literatures and arts of the Americas. Addressed are global environmental phenomena such as climate change, the decline of biodiversity or the increasing exploitation of non-renewable resources of the earth, which in Latin America are discussed under the title '(neo)-extractivism'.

Recently, in the context of the debates in the human sciences devoted to the Anthropocene, a major revision of the usual forms of perception and representation of social, cultural and natural spaces has been initiated, which constitutes the central thematic focus of the conference. On the one hand, the concept of the Anthropocene refers to the period in which the Anthropos has become a central geophysical force on Earth and highlights, in particular, the risks underlying human intervention in the global environment and climate, thereby revealing the finiteness of resources and the 'planetary boundaries' that define the Earth as a biosystem and as a 'contact zone' in which different human and non-human actors interact. On the other hand, the concept presupposes a new interrelation between the figure of the 'earth' (geophysical space) and the 'world' (social, juridical-political space). Thus, representing a specific way of thinking about globalization that opposes the idea of the validity of de-territorialized dynamics of social and economic interaction to the constitutive anchoring of human action in local topographies, geophysically and geographically delimited, which function as the very sites of manifestation of multiple disputes, conflicts and socio-environmental crises that have characterized the globalized world since the period of early modernity.

Furthermore, the concept of the Earth's biosphere relates to different historical conceptions of Nature that in Western thought as well as in cultural representations of the Americas (such as the cosmovision of indigenous peoples) frequently draw on the notion of the ordered cosmos and critically confront the notion of Nature conceived as a potentially infinite 'space of extension' that forms the basis of the dynamics of colonial expansion. At the same time, human intervention in the Earth's geophysical system in no way constitutes the antithesis of the aesthetic and cultural experience of Nature as 'landscape'. In this perspective landscape no longer figures as a homogeneous perceptual space presented to the distanced contemplation of the external observer, but represents a complex geo-imaginary characterized by close interrelationships between geological and climatic conditions, social, architectural and technical infrastructures, as well as aesthetic practices of exploration and geopolitical strategies of territorial appropriation. Therefore, by providing multiple cultural representations in literature, visual arts or architecture that produce varied aesthetic images as well as diverse forms of writing or articulation of natural settings and environmental and territorial systems, the experience, perception and construction of Nature as landscape constitutes a central frame of reference for the conceptualization of the relationship between the human species and its natural environment under Anthropocene conditions.

The conference aims to explore the cultural implications and premises underlying the perception and representation of landscape spaces and geographical territories in the Anthropocene. In this perspective, the Anthropocene is not limited to denote the inherent threat of human intervention in the terrestrial biosystem but is conceived as an important figure of cultural anthropological reflection that, through the heterogeneous articulations of the landscape and the interaction of multiple historical actors and territorial practices, opens new perspectives to think the relationship between land, nature and the world, thus developing a new heuristic of globalization in late Modernity.

The conference is organized by Prof. Dr. Kirsten Kramer of the University of Bielefeld

Lugar: 
Sede Principal
Fechas: 
Thursday, October 27, 2022 - 09:15
Friday, October 28, 2022 - 09:15
10/27/2022 - 09:15
 
Territories in dispute. Poetics and politics from the south

Territories in dispute. Poetics and politics from the south

Territory is a spatio-temporal totality that is not simply given, but constructed. It is a dynamic instance that has a physical existence in certain coordinates of time and place; a relational existence, ubiquitous, polysemic and at different scales due to the link with contiguous or discontiguous territories. It is about a social existence as a social construction through a space-time product of conflicts of interests between social agents with different logics of reproduction as well as about an emotional existence linked to the identity and affective reproduction of each society.

The social and human sciences have traditionally tended to ignore the role played by ethnic, political, gender, class and affective identities in socio-territorial processes. This began to change in the last decades of the 20th century thanks to the indigenous, feminist, LGTBQ+ and social movements in general, which began to raise new questions, to make visible how these identities are reproduced in the territory that contains and constitutes them, and to rebel against this reproduction based on hegemonic categories which is highly unjust.

This Platform for Dialogue proposes to reflect on the space/territory categories and their implementation, on the idea of power that different actors build from the territory today through various forms of opposition and resistance. Access to land, health, housing, food, use of public space, as well as environmental and social struggles, are some of the examples of the complex and contradictory inequalities that characterize different territories throughout Latin America.

Resignifying and rethinking the practices of researchers and activists from theoretical-methodological and practical approaches and considering the contributions of diverse knowledge from different territories. This enriches the analysis and provides a more complex view of the processes and people involved in the construction of the territory at different local and regional scales. From the perspective of the horizontal production of knowledge, it is interesting to problematize the construction of the territory and to reflect on the diverse community as well as on organizational and educational experiences in Latin America from different territorial instances.

The Platform for Dialogue will take place at the “Regional Center Southern Cone and Brazil – CALAS” located at the National University of San Martin in Buenos Aires, Miguelete campus. Participation is free of charge.

More information: meriancalasconosur@gmail.com

Descarga el programa 

Mayor información: meriancalasconosur@gmail.com

 

Lugar: 
Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fechas: 
Thursday, October 27, 2022 - 09:15
Friday, October 28, 2022 - 09:15
10/27/2022 - 09:15
 
Landscapes and Territories in the Anthropocene. Literary and cultural perspectives of representation in the Americas

Landscapes and Territories in the Anthropocene. Literary and cultural perspectives of representation in the Americas

In recent years, the so-called 'Anthropocene' has not only been focused within earth system studies. It has become a central theme in current discourses in the field of cultural studies, political debates, and the literatures and arts of the Americas. Addressed are global environmental phenomena such as climate change, the decline of biodiversity or the increasing exploitation of non-renewable resources of the earth, which in Latin America are discussed under the title '(neo)-extractivism'.

Recently, in the context of the debates in the human sciences devoted to the Anthropocene, a major revision of the usual forms of perception and representation of social, cultural and natural spaces has been initiated, which constitutes the central thematic focus of the conference. On the one hand, the concept of the Anthropocene refers to the period in which the Anthropos has become a central geophysical force on Earth and highlights, in particular, the risks underlying human intervention in the global environment and climate, thereby revealing the finiteness of resources and the 'planetary boundaries' that define the Earth as a biosystem and as a 'contact zone' in which different human and non-human actors interact. On the other hand, the concept presupposes a new interrelation between the figure of the 'earth' (geophysical space) and the 'world' (social, juridical-political space). Thus, representing a specific way of thinking about globalization that opposes the idea of the validity of de-territorialized dynamics of social and economic interaction to the constitutive anchoring of human action in local topographies, geophysically and geographically delimited, which function as the very sites of manifestation of multiple disputes, conflicts and socio-environmental crises that have characterized the globalized world since the period of early modernity.

Furthermore, the concept of the Earth's biosphere relates to different historical conceptions of Nature that in Western thought as well as in cultural representations of the Americas (such as the cosmovision of indigenous peoples) frequently draw on the notion of the ordered cosmos and critically confront the notion of Nature conceived as a potentially infinite 'space of extension' that forms the basis of the dynamics of colonial expansion. At the same time, human intervention in the Earth's geophysical system in no way constitutes the antithesis of the aesthetic and cultural experience of Nature as 'landscape'. In this perspective landscape no longer figures as a homogeneous perceptual space presented to the distanced contemplation of the external observer, but represents a complex geo-imaginary characterized by close interrelationships between geological and climatic conditions, social, architectural and technical infrastructures, as well as aesthetic practices of exploration and geopolitical strategies of territorial appropriation. Therefore, by providing multiple cultural representations in literature, visual arts or architecture that produce varied aesthetic images as well as diverse forms of writing or articulation of natural settings and environmental and territorial systems, the experience, perception and construction of Nature as landscape constitutes a central frame of reference for the conceptualization of the relationship between the human species and its natural environment under Anthropocene conditions.

The conference aims to explore the cultural implications and premises underlying the perception and representation of landscape spaces and geographical territories in the Anthropocene. In this perspective, the Anthropocene is not limited to denote the inherent threat of human intervention in the terrestrial biosystem but is conceived as an important figure of cultural anthropological reflection that, through the heterogeneous articulations of the landscape and the interaction of multiple historical actors and territorial practices, opens new perspectives to think the relationship between land, nature and the world, thus developing a new heuristic of globalization in late Modernity.

The conference is organized by Prof. Dr. Kirsten Kramer of the University of Bielefeld

Lugar: 
Sede Principal
Fechas: 
Thursday, October 27, 2022 - 09:15
Friday, October 28, 2022 - 09:15
10/28/2022 - 09:15
 
Territories in dispute. Poetics and politics from the south

Territories in dispute. Poetics and politics from the south

Territory is a spatio-temporal totality that is not simply given, but constructed. It is a dynamic instance that has a physical existence in certain coordinates of time and place; a relational existence, ubiquitous, polysemic and at different scales due to the link with contiguous or discontiguous territories. It is about a social existence as a social construction through a space-time product of conflicts of interests between social agents with different logics of reproduction as well as about an emotional existence linked to the identity and affective reproduction of each society.

The social and human sciences have traditionally tended to ignore the role played by ethnic, political, gender, class and affective identities in socio-territorial processes. This began to change in the last decades of the 20th century thanks to the indigenous, feminist, LGTBQ+ and social movements in general, which began to raise new questions, to make visible how these identities are reproduced in the territory that contains and constitutes them, and to rebel against this reproduction based on hegemonic categories which is highly unjust.

This Platform for Dialogue proposes to reflect on the space/territory categories and their implementation, on the idea of power that different actors build from the territory today through various forms of opposition and resistance. Access to land, health, housing, food, use of public space, as well as environmental and social struggles, are some of the examples of the complex and contradictory inequalities that characterize different territories throughout Latin America.

Resignifying and rethinking the practices of researchers and activists from theoretical-methodological and practical approaches and considering the contributions of diverse knowledge from different territories. This enriches the analysis and provides a more complex view of the processes and people involved in the construction of the territory at different local and regional scales. From the perspective of the horizontal production of knowledge, it is interesting to problematize the construction of the territory and to reflect on the diverse community as well as on organizational and educational experiences in Latin America from different territorial instances.

The Platform for Dialogue will take place at the “Regional Center Southern Cone and Brazil – CALAS” located at the National University of San Martin in Buenos Aires, Miguelete campus. Participation is free of charge.

More information: meriancalasconosur@gmail.com

Descarga el programa 

Mayor información: meriancalasconosur@gmail.com

 

Lugar: 
Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fechas: 
Thursday, October 27, 2022 - 09:15
Friday, October 28, 2022 - 09:15
10/28/2022 - 09:15
 
 
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